Habit forming. March 2, 2018 I’m working on a new habit of opening my computer to continue my writing. I’m working on a new habit of being OK even when I’m in what I sense to be an uncomfortable situation. With bells ringing, trucks beeping, people talking, fans whirring, engines, motors, beings, all conceivablyContinue reading “Habit forming.”
I wear multiple “hats” if you will. Mom, wife, researcher, collaborator, teacher, mentor, sister, daughter, granddaughter, aunt, to name a few. In each of these roles, I am asked to communicate, to lead, to converse, and to do. Often all I want is to just be. In drawing inward I find a great sense ofContinue reading “Being while doing.”
March 3, 2018. I’m not good at knowing when to rest. Usually I work through my day, pushing from one thing to the next, with little time spared in between. When my stomach hurts, I know I have gone to far. The ideas and work flows from my finger tips yet but body urges meContinue reading “Knowing when to rest.”
Linking research and practice through video sketchnotes. My aim is to support meaningful math learning.
What is at the intersection of mindfulness and mathematics?
Where does it come from?
Writing is a practice that must be cultivated through dedicated practice.
Do you see that? Do you see how I was stuck, and how I turned to writing as a release and way to make sense of my experience?
May 23, 2016 I find myself in the role of a teacher. I have learned to find beauty in all that I see. Yet when others are faced with dissatisfaction, with fear or with anxiety, they are clouded, unable to see. Pulled from the presence. How then, do you teach others to embrace love.Continue reading “As a teacher.”
Feb. 1, 2018 Developing writing as a priority. Writing is a priority for me. Yet this is not the only priority in my life. In each of the roles that I play, I have priorities, responsibilities, and other things that I love. I love being on my yoga mat. I love cooking. IContinue reading “Developing writing as a priority.”